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Young Women’s Hearts at Risk By

Jane E. Brody is the Personal Health columnist for The New York Times, a position she has held since 1976. Ms. Brody's widely read and quoted column, which appears in The Times's Science Times section and in scores of other newspapers around the country, earned her the title of "High Priestess of Health" from Time magazine.

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Dr. Barry Sears

Heart disease in both males and females is driven by increased inflammation and oxidized LDL particles. You reduce inflammation by following an anti-inflammatory diet for a lifetime and stopping smoking, and you reduce oxidized LDL particles by intakes of high-dose polyphenols.  Prevention is simple, but you have to take action.


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